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St John, Market Street

St John, Market Street, Hindley, Greater Manchester WN2 3AN View on map

Methodist church built in 1900 by William Waddington & Son who specialised in non-conformist churches. Built of dressed Rainforth stone in the Romanesque style. Octagonal tower on SW corner. The church provides a major architectural accent in the central part of Hindley and includes design elements of considerable originality.


Opening Arrangements

Thursday 9am - 12pm ( access by side door). Heritage Open Days weekend: Saturday 10am - 4pm, Sunday 12pm - 3pm.


On the A58 at the top of the main street in Hindley (Market Street). Rail: Hindley (½ mile). Bus: No 559 from Bolton and No 32 from Wigan.

Parking Spaces


Parking available in Market Square near the library, in Danes Avenue, off Bridge Street.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes